Middle Tenn. vs Virginia Tech: College Football Start Time, Betting Odds, Picks and live stream

Middle Tenn. vs Virginia Tech: College Football Start Time, Betting Odds, Picks and live stream

The Middle Tennessee State football team is scheduled to travel to play the Virginia Tech Hokies in a non-conference contest on Saturday, Sept. 11. The game is scheduled to start at 1 p.m. CT/2 p.m. ET.

Middle Tennessee vs Virginia Tech NCAA Football Week 2
  • When: Saturday, September 11 | Time: 2 p.m. ET
  • Where: Lane Stadium/Worsham Field — Blacksburg, Virginia
  • TV: ACC Network
  • How to Watch: Click here for the live stream
Virginia Tech football vs. Middle Tennessee: Need to know

The Virginia Tech Hokies have the advantage of remaining at home one more week and will invite the Middle Tenn. Blue Raiders at 2 p.m. ET Sept. 11 at Lane Stadium/Worsham Field.

The Hokies got a 17-10 success over the North Carolina Tar Heels last Friday. Virginia Tech QB Braxton Burmeister was throwing it as he passed for one TD and 169 yards on 19 endeavors as well as scrambling for one TD and 53 yards.

Virginia Tech’s safeguard was a presence also, as it humiliated UNC’s hostile line to sack QB Sam Howell multiple times for a complete deficiency of 35 yards. Driving the way was DL Amare Barno and his 2.5 sacks. Those were the primary sacks for Barno.

In the mean time, Middle Tenn. took their challenge at home last week effortlessly, sacking a 50-15 triumph over the Monmouth Hawks. Center Tenn. QB Bailey Hockman took care of job as he passed for three TDs and 215 yards on 23 endeavors.

Center Tenn’s. guard was a presence also, as it gathered one interference and three mishandles. CB Teldrick Ross got that capture and afterward continued to add insult to the injury by taking it back the alternate way for a score.

Their successes lifted the two groups to an indistinguishable 1-0. Watch the matchup and inquire on CBS Sports to discover who keeps up the positive energy and who hits a hindrance.

Live Stream: ACC Network Extra

The Tech-MTSU game will air on ACC Network Extra with former 27-year radio play-by-play man at Tech Bill Roth (play-by-play) and former Tech receiver from 2004-08 Eddie Royal (analyst) on the call.

ACC Network is complementary to ACC Network and is accessible with your TV provider credentials. It can be accessed through the ESPN app on smartphones, tablets, connected streaming devices or via espn.com/watch.

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